Monthly Archives: July 2014

August 2013 – Alva Burn pollution incident

It has been reported in today’s papers the Scottish Water have been fined £6,500 at Alloa Sheriff Court for polluting the Alva Burn on the 31st August 2013. They plead guilty to causing pollution to the water environment by allowing … Continue reading

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The Devon selected as a venue for Stirling International Angling Festival river fishing competition

The Devon with our neighbour the Carron will be the venue for the Stirling International Angling Festival Six Nations river fishing competition. International standard anglers will represent Scotland, England, Wales, Ireland, France and Belgium in competition over two days on the 8th and 9th August 2014 This … Continue reading

Posted in River Devon miscellaneous

Stirling International Angling Festival

  The Stirling International Angling Festival is being held between the 6th and the 10th of August 2014. It is intended to encourage participation in all forms of angling for all people of all ages and provide events of interest to the seasoned or a … Continue reading

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River Devon – May/June 2014

Anybody paying a visit to the river this weekend, will find the bare bones of the river being fed by the consented compensation flow from Castlehill Reservoir and the fishing quite tough. That all said, the general consensus of anglers … Continue reading

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Glenquey – May/June 2014

After the long wet winter and a long dry June, the water level on the reservoir is now beginning to drop. The fishing by all accounts has been very good; a quick analysis of the catch returns show: May 2014  – Mean weight of trout … Continue reading

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